MLB Baseball Sports Betting Match ups Sunday July 21, 2019

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The MLB action for Sunday July 21st features all teams in action so that is fifteen games on the schedule to the delight of Major League Baseball bettors worldwide.

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At 1:35PM Eastern Time on MLB Extra Innings Channel as the Pittsburgh Pirates host the Philadelphia Phillies. Getting the start for Pittsburgh will be righthander Joe Musgrove to battle Phillies righty Vince Velasquez. Pittsburgh was a contender in the NL Central hitting the All Star Break. But since the team was swept in a three game series at Chicago then lost two of three at the St Louis Cardinals. Pittsburgh does sit in the lower third of Major League Baseball in both Team ERA at 5.00 and WHIP at 1.44. Pirates don’t have much power with 103 homers entering this series ranking 26th in the league. Joe Musgrove is 6-8 with an ERA of 4.31. He looks to rebound after allowing five runs four earned in 4 2/3rd innings of a 7-0 road loss at St Louis. Phillies open this series after facing the LA Dodgers in a four game series at home. They had lost four of six at home since the break as they close the series with LA. Vince Velasquez sits at 2-5 with an ERA of 4.87. He faced the Dodgers on Tuesday giving up five runs four earned over 4 2/3rd innings.

On MLB Extra Innings Channel at 4PM Eastern Time the San Francisco Giants are home to the New York Mets. On the mound for New York will be lefty Steven Matz to oppose Giants lefty Drew Pomeranz. The Giants are one of the hottest teams in baseball as they opened this four game series at home to the Mets by winning eight of eleven. Giants got back into the playoff picture as the offense has shown improvement. Drew Pomeranz is 2-9 with an ERA of 6.10. He has shown improvement since June. In his last start the lefty held the Rockies on the road to one run and three hits over five innings. New York traveled to San Francisco at 43-51 after sweeping both games at Minnesota. Steven Matz enters play at 5-4 with an ERA of 4.87. After two relief appearance the lefthander started at Minnesota on Tuesday giving up two runs over four innings. He has not pitched beyond five innings in his past four starts.

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